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Private Travel Planner

Save your time by choosing a complete adventure package - an unforgettable travel programme, carefully adapted to your individual wishes and needs, including secret routes and delicious encounters, previously only known for locals! Bad weather? No worries. Hias, your personal vacation planner, will show you the most original and authentic adventure alternatives there are.

How it works:

 

personalized and flexible

Please contact us using our request form and let us know how many days you want to stay in the alpine lodge, how many people are coming, as well as your desired arrival date and time. In the field for extra inquiries you put any activities you are particularly interested in - mountain sports, architectural tours, cultural life, fine dining, etc. Our private holiday adventure planner Hias will send you an email proposal including:

  • Arrival: possible retrieval service, helicopter and public transport
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Planned Routes for the day-long mountain tours
  • Equipment
  • Transfers

… and very soon we will see each other at the Felder Hof, ready to start a South Tyrolean adventure!

Want a taste?

Ski-touring week - an example

Arrive by helicopter at the Innsbruck airport

Arrival directly at the Felder Hof helicopter field

Farmer’s snack with personal care

Breakfast at the Felder Hof

Organized drive to Schalders

Climb to the Gaishorn at an altitude of 1.000 meters and descent through powder snow (takes about 4h)

Lunch at a traditional restaurant

Afternoon: Sauna at the Felder Hof with personal sauna master, if requested

Dinner in the gourmet restaurant Steinbock

 

 

We’ll start the day with a plentiful breakfast at the Felder Hof. Afterwards we’ll leave by car to Schalders. By alpine ski-touring we will reach the Gaishorn, which we will reach after touring an altitude of 1.000 meters. After a yodel at the peak we’ll race through powder snow back down to our starting point. We’ll enjoy a well-earned lunch at the Gasthof Mesner. In the afternoon we’ll relax with our personal sauna master back at the Felder Hof. A gourmet dinner at the Hauben restaurant zum Steinbock will conclude the day.

Breakfast at the Felder Hof

Organized drive into the Gröden valley

Climb to the Roascharte, approximate altitude of 1.000 meters

Backpack lunch consisting of typical South Tyrolean specialties

Afternoon: Wine tasting at the Röckhof

Dinner prepared by your personal chef in our comfortable living space (Stube)

 

 

After a tasty breakfast consisting of local products provided by the farmers we will head to the Grödner valley. Friday’s destination is the Roascharte. For lunch we’ll enjoy South Tyrolean specialties out of our backpacks. In the afternoon Konrad and Hannes from the Röckhof will spoil us with a tasting of South Tyrolean wines. Depending on our schedule and the wine consumed we’ll take a short break to relax, maybe in the library or in the sauna at the Felder Hof. For dinner we’ll book your personal chef who will cook authentic South Tyrolean cuisine for you.

Breakfast at the Felder Hof

Organized drive to Latzfons

Climb to the Kassianspitze, approximate altitude of 1.000 meters

Lunch at the Spitalerhof

Afternoon: Drive a Skidoo to the Stöffelhütte

 

 

The destined peak of day four is the Kassianspitze. It perches above the Eisacktal and its 2.581 meters above sea levels offer an incredible view of the dolomites. We will reach it after a tasty breakfast at the Felder Hof, an organized drive to Latzfons and a climb of about 1.000 meters altitude. After an adventurous descent we’ll eat at the Spitalerhof in Klausen. The afternoon is reserved for a relaxing time at the Felder Hof. Alternatively you can use this time to help with the daily work at the farm. The evening will be spent at the Stöffelhütte, where you’ll enjoy a sociable time with great company for your last evening.

The Sunday begins with a leisurely breakfast. Then the helicopter will bring you back to Innsbruck.

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